Top 10 Terrifying Gangs and Crime Syndicates

On this list, you’ll find some of the most
terrifying gangs and crime syndicates from every continent on Earth, with the exception
of Australia and, obviously, Antarctica. No one’s going to be muscling in on penguin
turf anytime soon. As for the Land Down Under, it’s because
while Australia has some scary biker gangs, which are called bikie gangs (how adorable!),
their most dominant crime syndicate is actually centralized in Europe (and it’s found in
entry #5). In some cases, these gangs make more money
than Fortune 500 companies, while others generate very little revenue, but what they all have
in common is that they are terrifying. 10. The Numbers Gang Pollsmoor Prison is located in Cape Town,
South Africa, and is famous for two reasons. The first is that Nelson Mandela was imprisoned
there for six years. The second is that the prison is basically
run by three different gangs – the 26s, the 27s, and 29s, or known as a whole as the
Numbers Gangs. The gangs have a pretty easy-to-understand
pitch when it comes to recruiting new members – join a gang or get raped and possibly
murdered. Each gang plays a specific role in the overcrowded
prison. The 26s are physically fit men that are capable
of stealing. Next is the 27s; they specifically target
guards, which means guards don’t normally enter the prison itself. Instead everything inside the prison is controlled
by the gangs. In order to join the 27s, you have to stab
a guard first. Finally, there is the 28s, and they have a
pretty open membership. When a man joins, there are two roles that
he can fulfill for the gang. They can be part of the gold line, which is
a fighter, or they can choose the silver line, which is to serve the fighters sexually. If someone chooses the silver line, they are
initiated into the gang by having sex with the leader of the 28s, John Mongrel, who came
to Pollsmoor when he was just 14-years-old. In an interview on the documentary show Ross
Kemp on Gangs, Mongrel was very clear that the sex involves a lot of eye contact, but
he’s not too big on consent. Luckily, the gang does not have much influence
outside of the prison, but it should be an excellent reminder to stay on the right side
of the law if you’re ever in Cape Town. 9. Sun Yee On The triads, which is colloquially known as
the Chinese mafia, dates back to the 17th century. They originally formed as a society that wanted
to overthrow the Qing dynasty and restore the Ming dynasty. They ultimately failed, but the bond between
the members survived. In the 20th century, the large triad group
started to break up into smaller factions. When the Chinese Communist Party came to power
in 1949, many of the groups moved to Hong Kong, while others went to Macau, Taiwan,
and other countries overseas including Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, and
Australia. Today, it’s believed that there are 57 triad
societies and the biggest of those groups is Sun Yee On, which was formed in 1919 and
are Hong Kong-based. It’s unclear how many members they have,
but it is suspected that they have over 60,000 members worldwide. In order to join, a person has to take 36
oaths, like “If I am arrested after committing an offense, I must accept my punishment and
not try to place blame on my sworn brothers. If I do so I will be killed by five thunderbolts,”
or “I shall never embezzle cash or property from my sworn brothers. If I break this oath I will be killed by myriads
of swords.” Sun Yee On makes money the same way that many
other gangs do; they run prostitution rings, fraud schemes, extort legitimate businesses,
and are known to traffic and deal in heroin, cocaine, and opium. Supposedly, Sun Yee On made a deal with the
Sinaloa Cartel in Mexico and they now have access to the raw materials to make methamphetamine. Sun Yee On’s main form of attack is assaults
with knives because of Hong Kong’s strict firearm laws. What happens many times is that groups of
men armed with knives, often meat cleavers which are called “choppers,” swarm their
victims and stab and slash them. Not all of the attacks are deadly, but they
can leave victims without a limb. 8. D-Company D-Company was started by Dawood Ibrahim in
Bombay (now known as Mumbai), India, in 1976. Ibrahim was raised Muslim and lived in a predominantly
Muslim area of Bombay. Despite the fact that his father was a police
constable, Ibrahim and his brother got involved in petty crime as teenagers and eventually
developed a gang with their friends. In the mid-1980s, the gang made a power grab
from the gang that had a monopoly over the Bombay underground, the Lala clan, and after
a short war, D-Company came out the victor. However, Ibrahim was wanted for murder, so
he was forced to leave India and moved to Dubai. Over the next two decades, Ibrahim ran D-Company
and made it one of the biggest crime syndicates without ever stepping foot in India. While in exile, Ibrahim masterminded the 1993
Bombay Bombings, which was a series of 12 car bombs planted by D-Company, all detonated
on March 12. 257 people were killed and 713 people were
injured. The apparent motive was revenge for Muslims
being killed in protests in the months preceding the bombings. In 2003, Ibrahim was told to leave Dubai after
one of his associates was assassinated in a popular club there. It’s believed he then moved to Karachi,
Pakistan. However, the Pakistani government denies any
knowledge of him, although locals can apparently point out his house. D-Company is heavily involved in real estate
scams and extortion in Mumbai and the United Arab Emirates. Other profitable businesses for the gang include
counterfeiting currency, arms running, and drug trafficking. 7. Yamaguchi-gumi Japan’s organized crime syndicate, the yakuza,
is comprised of 21 boryokudan (“violence groups”) and the biggest one is Yamaguchi-gumi,
which is headed by Kenichi Shinoda, who is the gangs sixth ever kumicho (“chairman”). The group was founded in 1915 by Harukichi
Yamaguchi in Kobe, Japan. Yamaguchi-gumi is involved in all levels of
illegal activity like running the red light districts in Japan, drugs and arms trafficking,
extortion, fraud, and blackmail. They even fix sumo wrestling matches. Of course, Yamaguchi-gumi is not above using
violence and they have been involved in several gang wars throughout the years. One between 1985 and 1989 got to be so bad
that a local newspaper kept a running score of how many people died and how many were
injured. Despite being violent gangs, for decades,
Yamaguchi-gumi and the other yakuza families worked out in the open in Japan and had a
huge membership. During the 1990s and 2000s, there were about
80,000 yakuza and about half of them belonged to Yamaguchi-gumi, making them the largest
street gang in the world at the time. However, the overall yakuza numbers have dwindled
since 2011, because that is when laws were enacted to restrict the yakuza’s access
to revenue. Then in 2015, 3,000 Yamaguchi-gumi members
splintered off into a new group. It was thought this split would lead to a
full out war like the one in the 1980s. But while there were incidents of violence,
the war has yet to happen. Currently, Yamaguchi-gumi’s membership is
at about 11,500, but an expert on the yakuza, Jake Adelstein, thinks that the number will
grow in 2021 when many casinos will open in Japan. Adelstein believes that the yakuza will skim
money from the casino and blackmail people who lose big at them. 6. The Albanian Mafia Not a whole lot is known about the Albanian
mob, and one reason is that Albanians have a very unique language, so international investigators
have a hard time penetrating their communications. What is known is that it was started around
the 1950s, when a large group of Albanians immigrated to Turkey. This opened up trade routes for heroin from
Turkey into Albania. In the 1980s, just as communism was about
to fall there, Albanians started to leave the country, and some of them ended up in
New York. Some men found work with the Gambino family
as hitmen. Before long, they eventually formed their
own gang, Rudaj Organization, and began to battle the Gambino and Lucchese for territory. Back in Albania, communism came to an end
in in 1989, and in the chaos, criminal gangs expanded and gained a lot of power. Also, since there were Albanian immigrants
in different pockets of the world, like in the United States, the growing mafia had global
connections. Today it’s believed that there are 15 different
crime families operating in Albania. Their major areas of revenue are trafficking
heroin and human smuggling. They are considered a hybrid group, as they
not only deal in criminal activities, but are heavily involved in political activities
as well. 5. ‘Ndrangheta Italy is the birthplace of the mafia. The term “mafia” was used to exclusively
describe the crime family that is based in Sicily, which was started in the 1860s during
the chaotic, crime-filled time when Sicily became a state of the newly formed Italy. Today, there are four main families in Italy. The original Sicilian mafia, which is now
known as Cosa Nostra, is still active, but they aren’t as powerful as they once were. The other families are the Camorra, based
in Campania; the Apulia-based Sacra Corona Unita; and finally, the most powerful – ‘Ndrangheta,
which is based in Calabria. ‘Ndrangheta first formed in the Calabrian
prison system in the late 1800s, but they started to come into power over a century
and a half later in the 1960s and 1970s, when they would kidnap people for ransom. Using the ransom money, they invested in cocaine
and were the first family to exploit the drug market. Cosa Nostra, who was the dominant gang at
the time, wasn’t as quick to get into the drug trade. Instead, they were focusing their efforts
on a violent push back against the government, who were trying to clamp down on their illegal
activities. A pair of murders that really got the attention
of the police was the killing of two anti-mafia judges. With the police more focused on their rival,
it gave ‘Ndrangheta room to flourish. Today, it is thought that ‘Ndrangheta are
responsible for 80 percent of all cocaine trafficking in Europe. Besides cocaine, ‘Ndrangheta are also involved
in nearly every other type of illegal activity that is profitable, with the exception of
prostitution. From all their illicit activity, ‘Ndrangheta
supposedly makes too much money and don’t know what to do with it. The police have audio tape of two gangsters
digging up money they had buried in order to hide it, and found out millions of dollars
had rotted. As for how much they make, according to an
Italian think-tank, in 2013 they made $60 billion in revenue, which is about as much
as PepsiCo made in 2016 and about three percent of Italy’s GDP. One key to their success is that they are
very secretive. Many times, the only people who are allowed
into the gang are blood relatives. This makes it hard for members to testify
against another member because they would be turning against someone who is literally
a brother, a nephew, or a father, and so on. Their methods appear to be working because
it’s rare for a member of ‘Ndrangheta to cooperate with the police. One recorded case of a police informant working
against ‘Ndrangheta happened in 2010 and it didn’t end well. The 35-year-old woman was shot, and her body
dissolved in acid. So while ‘Ndrangheta may be secretive, they
aren’t afraid to make headlines by using violence. 4. The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)
was started in 2004 as al-Qaeda in Iraq and after several leaders were killed, they changed
their name to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), and in between were known as
the Islamic State of Iraq. These days, the names ISIS and ISIL are basically
interchangeable. Currently, they have strongholds in Iraq and
Syria. Many of you reading this are probably thinking
that ISIL is a terrorist group, and you are totally correct. However, that label does not make them any
less of a criminal organization. ISIL uses many of same recruiting methods
as many street gangs. Notably, they attract young, angry men, not
just from the war-torn areas where they live, but from across the globe, with the promise
of guns, power, and money. Their criminal activities include ransom from
kidnappings, selling stolen artifacts, extortion, and they’re also big into human trafficking. One thing that ISIL has that none of the other
gangs do is access to oil. From all their illegal activity, it’s believed
that they make over $1 billion a year. ISIL’s notoriety on a global scale was helped
by their execution videos that they uploaded to the internet. Many times they are beheadings and in some
cases, the executions are performed by children. 3. Solntsevskaya Bratva Solntsevskaya Bratva is the Russian Mafia,
but very little is known about them. It’s believed to have been started by Sergei
Mikhailov, who fancies himself more of a businessman than a gangster. The syndicate doesn’t have a rigid central
structure. Instead, it’s 10 autonomous groups that
work fairly independent of each other. However, there is a 12-person board that meets
regularly and they will pool resources. They also have chapters on every continent
(except Antarctica). Solntsevskaya Bratva is believed to be one
of the wealthiest and most profitable crime syndicates in the world. They are involved in every single aspect of
the Russian criminal underworld and one of their biggest revenue streams is extortion. Supposedly, people doing business in Russia
end up paying out about 20% of their profits to Solntsevskaya Bratva. If they don’t pay up, their family members
will most likely end up dead. And if Solntsevskaya Bratva doesn’t have
a problem going after people’s families over extortion money, one can only imagine
what they do to rivals and people who wronged them. 2. Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) The United States has more than its share
of violent gangs and crime syndicates. There are motorcycle gangs like the Hell’s
Angels and the Mongols, or urban gangs like the Bloods and the Crips, but for the FBI,
the most troublesome is Mara Salvatrucha, better known as MS-13. Currently, they are the only gang that has
a dedicated task force assigned to them. MS-13 was started in the 1980s in Los Angeles
by immigrants from El Salvador who were fleeing from a civil war. Since then, MS-13 have grown to become a “transnational
criminal organization,” and they have 6,000 to 10,000 members spread across 42 states
and D.C., along with international chapters, which are called cliques, in Canada, Mexico,
El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala. Gang members are often recognizable because
of their tattoos, which are sometimes on their face, and their clothing is often adorned
with MS-13 symbols. Ethnically, they are mainly Salvadorian or
first generation American-Salvadorians, but there are also some members that are Honduran
and Guatemalan as well. They often recruit young men, often trying
to get boys who are in middle and high school. Their main sources of income are dealing drugs,
extortion, robbery, and human trafficking, often for the sex trade. One reason that MS-13 worries the FBI so much
is their shocking level of violence. Often, much of the violence stems from the
fact that MS-13 doesn’t exactly have a hierarchy; instead they have more of a horizontal system,
with cliques acting autonomously. This causes tension between the cliques and
it often leads to violent conflicts and civilians can be caught in the crossfire. Also, while they are violent in the United
States, they are even worse in Central America. Their territory in Honduras, El Salvador,
and Guatemala is called the Northern Triangle and it is the most violent part of the world
that is not at war. 1. Los Zetas The current major Mexican drug cartels started
off as drug traffickers who shipped cocaine from Colombia into the United States in the
1980s. During that time, the United States government
was cracking down on the Colombian cartels, but not much was being done in Mexico. During the ’80s, the two most dominant Mexican
cartels were the Guadalajara cartel and the Gulf cartel. In 1989, the head of the Guadalajara cartel
was arrested and the cartel’s trafficking routes were split up between the three lieutenants,
giving birth to the Sinaloa, Juárez, and Tijuana cartels. Currently, the Sinaloa cartel is considered
the most dominant cartel because they have the biggest territory and the most trafficking
routes, which are supposedly approved by the FBI, into the United States. This includes a drug route into Chicago, which,
perhaps not so coincidentally, has seen a dramatic rise in murder. Meanwhile, the Gulf cartel is considered the
second largest. However, the most terrifying cartel is the
third largest – Los Zetas, which means the “The Zs.” The identity of their current leader is unknown
and there could be a good reason for that. Since its inception, all their known leaders
have either been arrested or killed. Their last leader was Omar Treviño Morales,
who was arrested in 2015, and the leader before him was his brother Miguel Treviño Morales,
and he was arrested in 2013. Los Zetas started off as a 34-man death squad
for the Gulf cartel in 1999. They were all former Mexican military and
had received elite training. By 2003, their numbers grew to over 300 men. After years of infighting, Los Zetas officially
broke away from the Gulf cartel in 2010. At the time of the split, the US government
said that Los Zetas was “the most technologically advanced, sophisticated and dangerous cartel
operating in Mexico.” What makes Los Zetas so dangerous is that
they don’t really play by any rules. For example, in 2009, they broke into the
home of a police chief, shot him and his wife, who was also a police officer, and then set
the house on fire with the couple’s three daughters still alive inside. Another time, in spring 2011, Los Zetas stopped
several buses full of migrants. They raped the women and then forced the men
to fight gladiator-style to the death. The winners were then given jobs as assassins
with Los Zetas for their ongoing war with the Gulf and Sinaloa cartels. Everyone else on the buses were murdered. After the bus hijacking, 193 bodies were found
buried in 72 graves. This was just one of several massacres they
committed where dozens of people were senselessly slaughtered. Not even people on social media can speak
out against Los Zetas. One citizen journalist, Maria del Rosario
Fuentes Rubio, posted stories and spoke out against Los Zetas anonymously online for several
months using the hashtag #reynosafollow. In 2014, a tweet was sent out from her account
RUBIO. I AM A PHYSICIAN. TODAY MY LIFE HAS COME TO AN END.” That was followed by a tweet that contained
two pictures, one of a woman, presumed to be del Rosario Fuentes Rubio, looking at the
camera, and the next one was the same woman with a gunshot wound to her head. Sadly, the body of Maria del Rosario Fuentes
Rubio has never been found. Los Zetas have also taken a page out of ISIL’s
playbook and make videos of decapitations. The videos then somehow make their way online
and, based on a quick Google search, which we highly, highly advise against, there are
a variety of Los Zetas beheading videos. Finally, a former leader of Los Zetas liked
to kill his victims by a technique called guiso, which means stew. He would stuff someone in a 55 gallon drum
and then burn them alive. Those are just a few crimes committed by Los
Zetas, but they are responsible for many, many other horrifying atrocities and are probably
the most terrifying gang in operation right now.

100 comments on “Top 10 Terrifying Gangs and Crime Syndicates”

  1. TopTenz says:

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  2. IonlyROBwhite DrugDealers says:

    The Jualisco Cartel makes MS-13 and Zetas look like Choir Boys…

  3. Prowler Cam says:

    You left out the United States' largest, most homicidal street gang… its police force.

  4. Queen Kylee says:

    Cliques isn't pronounced cleeks, it's clicks

  5. Joe S says:

    Why are there terrorist organizations on this list? There quite different then gangs. Especially the more organized ones such as hells angel and Yakuza

  6. Flame Haraku says:

    I'm sitting here thinking
    "Should I look up the decapitations?!"

  7. superplisi says:

    Nobody messes with Albanians .

  8. AngRepublika _ says:

    #1 My School's Student Council

    They're extorting money via forced donations

  9. UrMomGay NoU says:

    Oh Simon, gangs have CLICKS my man not CLIQUES

  10. shaun Britton says:

    Worst gang the government ๐Ÿ˜‚

  11. lovewhispers68 says:

    So, the first gang just rapes other men.

  12. Matthew Logan says:

    Please look up gang stalking for those I do not know about gang stalking is a group of criminals and try to kill the person but making them go crazy with electronic devices

  13. Happibunni Art says:

    What people don't know about isil is that the leaders worked for Saddam, now he's gone they have declared war on people they don't agree with because they can't do what they want anymore without being wanted (thieving, raping and killing) I think the irony is Muslims have 100 laws they have to follow from the Quran and these idiots say they want stuff like sharia law, but they would be killed because they have broken the laws.

  14. Jonathon Jones says:

    Australia's most terrifying gang is the New South Wales Police.

  15. James Lee says:

    Every time I click on a video I ask myself one question, will this be a beard or no beard video.

  16. blind fredy says:

    Australian bikies have been called bikies as have our truckies always called truckies. Bikers and truckers are Americacisms sneaking into our slang.

  17. Joseph Izzo says:

    26โ€™s, 27โ€™s and 29โ€™s
    THATโ€™S why formal education is important ~ canโ€™t even count…

  18. Dmitriy Chernoshey says:

    With all these drugs flowing into the country, why are Democrats fighting tooth and nail to oppose Trump building a border wall? My guess is they have always had interest to keep drugs coming. Oh, and the more illegal immigrants the better because they beget a large electorate group that always votes Democrat because Democrats love taking money from Americans and giving it away to illegal immigrants whose numerous children we pay for will vote Democrat.

  19. q re says:

    Number 0:Anacho communists.

  20. nvsbl2 says:

    ISIL stands for "Islamic State of Iraq and Levant". The Levant is the land bridge from Turkey to Egypt, recognizing an Islamic state extending from Iran to Egypt….denying the state of Israel even exists. It's ISIS: Islamic State in Iraq and Syria

  21. Clarence E Hurt says:

    #1…American government. Period.

  22. Dana McArdle says:

    Simon do a top 10 of war atrocities committed by Britain

  23. Koala says:

    Why not just carpet bomb the prison The Numbers gang is part of lol

  24. Andrew Marinic says:

    Uhhhh you didn't mention the Orzhov Syndicate

  25. Andrew Marinic says:

    Uhhhh you didn't mention the Orzhov Syndicate

  26. MosoKaiser says:

    Isn't it /ษ™ndrรฆล‹หˆษกษ›tษ™/?

  27. Evil Beanz13 says:

    hi im from cape town.
    the gangs do operate out side the prison. where there numbers state what time of the day they may be in certain areas and when they can commit crime. they also referred to as sunrise and sun set.

  28. Morgana Celestia says:

    Ok so there are 3 groups missing

    The Chicago Criminal Organization or CCO

    And the Italian Mafia

    and the Medelin Drug Cartel

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  30. Tarek M. Tarek says:

    I should have listened when you recommended not google los zetas.

  31. Christian stiltner says:

    Los zetas, another reason for a closed border.

  32. #Fuzzy 4 Life says:

    It is actually the 28 not 29 an there are more than one ways to become a number

  33. Barry Cook says:


  34. Peter Asbjรธrn Hansen says:

    Usa exportet Ms 13 on perpes

  35. pbrower2a1 says:

    The worst gang ever was the NSDAP (National Socialist German Worker's Party).

  36. RABNAD SKUBLA says:

    That feel when MS-13 and other terrible gangs cross the United States' southern border all of the time.

  37. Juan van der Rijst says:

    Simon your info on the South African numbers gang is a bit wrong, they also opperate outside of prison, also recruit children. Street names for some 26's gangs are the americans(notorious in mitchell's plain), sexy boys, maddogs…

  38. Arnez Price says:

    Africa is gay af

  39. Paddy StrongJaw says:

    Where is the Lost MC

  40. Nathan diMaggio says:

    i did a search for the z's executions and wasn't disappointed they are savages

  41. mio mia says:

    Oh my days, how can you take such an interesting subject and make it soooo boring..?

  42. DatGuyAegis says:

    I google searched it

    man I should listen to these warnings wtffff

  43. Cam Rubi says:

    Not true; Antarctica is run by a big gang, their colors are black and white. โ€œThe South Side Penguins.โ€

  44. Mark Kmiecik says:

    "Running the red light districts" in Japan. Where they don't go on green.

  45. Losaiko RESIST!!! Say No to Trump and No Fascisim says:

    Lighter shows please. These are depressing and cauuse nightmares.

  46. MP says:

    It's wrong to refer to each Italian group as a family — the cosa nostra, 'ndranghetta, etc are made up of various families and clans. Have you not seen the Godfather?

  47. Brantley Hester says:

    Damn gang so bad it's members can stab you with a meat cleaver. Now that's doing something. Gang gang

  48. Spills51 says:

    Apparently the 28's weren't cut out ๐Ÿ˜
    Also, lets not be to harsh on MS-13 Simon…The LEFT over here in the US don't like that and will protect them at all cost…cause progressivism ๐Ÿ˜’๐Ÿ‘Œ
    I heard they are building a rroad only open for them to bring in the Drugs, sex trafficking and Murder…Cause progressivism ๐Ÿ˜

  49. Ally Cat says:

    Australia's crime gangs killed each other out. Look up the Melbourne drug wars

  50. jacooo says:

    Oh come on it's Sacra corona unita based in puglia not the other way around

  51. Darryl Doig says:

    Why shouldnโ€™t you google los zetas?

  52. Jons LG says:

    The Sinola cartel lol, I always knew this guy was a tool

  53. naruaztec says:

    Yeah those cartel videos are not for everyone. I watched my share of them a while back. Jeeeeeez

  54. Calisa Hardy says:

    Wait… You said 26s, 27s, and the 29s… But you went on to describe the 28s… ๐Ÿ˜ฎ I will come back after I've slept. ๐Ÿ˜‘

  55. Calisa Hardy says:

    Oooohh … Your pronunciation of the Russian gang gave me chills… as did your stressing the word murder. (Just trying to find a bright spot in all this)

  56. Black cat photography says:

    I never understood the stupid hand signs gangs uses. if they really dont want to seem like primitive primates. Then do something different what about gang 30 are they the butthole gang or division

  57. Miguel De Jesus says:

    I was expecting Mexico out of this one since we know them as cartels, but i was wrong, we had to be number 1 ๐Ÿ˜‚.

  58. Leonard Petersen says:

    The numbers gangs are 2$6 ,27 and 28..not 29 bra..i`ve never heard of 29`s in South Africa

  59. iVideo says:

    Apparently John Mongrel was killed by his own gang shortly after for taking part in the Ross Kemp documentary.

  60. Thomas Sailor says:

    If our system wouldn't label people for the rest of their lives as criminals then gangs like this wouldn't be forced to coagulate together for power. If you get caught for a crime & do your time then when that's over the person shouldn't be long term labeled as a criminal for the rest of their lives making it impossible for them to acclimate into society. The system creates these underground organizations, period.

  61. CHANGE NYANA says:

    There is no such thing as the "29's" in South Africa.

  62. JoAnn Ivaldi says:

    Screw the Democrats! President Trump, Build that Wall!

  63. DiART69 says:

    So ur telling me that ms13 is more dangerus than isis hahhhhh nice one

  64. DiART69 says:

    6 ALBANIANS๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ฑ

  65. Ludovica B. says:

    Yeah, so it's the Sacra Corona Unita (gang) which is based in Apulia (region of Italy), not the other way around

  66. Khalid Mohamed says:

    Isis is a gang ๐Ÿ˜ท

  67. Ilya Kuznetsov says:

    Simon, itโ€™s โ€œbratvAโ€, not โ€œbrAtvaโ€. Also we call it โ€œSolntsevskaya OPGโ€.

  68. ะกะตั€ะณะตะน ะ–ัƒั€ะฐะฒะปั‘ะฒ says:

    The first picture shown in the Solntsevskaya Bratva segment is not of Mikhailov but picture of Ded Khasan (Grampa Khasan), a prominent โ€œthief-in-lawโ€, who was gunned down not that long ago. I donโ€™t think he belonged to Solntsevskaya

  69. H. Lecture says:

    You said 29s; you meant 28s.

  70. Mark Hill says:

    Is it not Sun On Yee? Anyone know? Ive researched it some and everything i have seen says Sun On Yee.

  71. Chris Knapp says:

    Why do you get down on one knee to Propose?

  72. Valhalla Bound says:

    You have space for a new gang! ISIS is toast thanks to Trump and especially the Peshmerga!

  73. sandramorrison99 says:

    Bikey? OMG STUPID

  74. sandramorrison99 says:

    Ok- I dont feel SAFE watching THIS.
    I am SCARED for YOU-
    You have too much info- be careful๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€

  75. Leo Perez says:

    Sorry Simon. I gotta Google Beheadings

  76. zoebeths says:

    A researcher definitely accidentally found a beheading video

  77. Matheus makio says:

    there's no PCC and red command on the list

  78. H P says:

    Are you kidding me? The Mexican Cartels have been drilling into Pemex's lines for quite some time so they are into the oil trade with most going to the States.

  79. momv2pa says:

    As for all these gangs, โ€œyou reap what you sowโ€. Karma, baby!

  80. J Stevenson says:

    When I lived in Laredo, Zetas ran banners across the streets in Nuevo Laredo for recruitment.

    I thought it was exaggerated until
    I spent a few years there.

  81. wildnight5556 says:

    And the Democrats and Liberals and the squad wants to let these kind of people in the U.S.A

    And the Hell Angels and mangoes and outlaws are NOT A gang..
    They are a Motor Cycle Club.
    Thatโ€™s what MC means.
    Thatโ€™s why you see them on motorcycles.

    And the worst gang out there
    Is the Squad in Congress.
    And they are trying to do,more harm to Innocent People then all the gangs put together.

  82. Willie Scroggins says:

    Thank you Top Tenz for the historical information, your historical narrators are awesome in their presentations.

  83. jade santer says:

    Bra it's 26, 27 and 28 omg

    Sincerely a cape townian

  84. 24934637 says:

    'The group now has access to the chemicals to produce methamphetamines '…….Haha,haha, haha, EVERYONE who isn't living in a third world ๐ŸŒŽ has access to the chemicals to make methamphetamines! It's one of the easiest synthetic drugs to produce!

  85. Checkmate Chess Channel says:

    All of these gangs are powerful because of the gov't. The gov't makes certain things illegal, then the gangs sell or work with said illegal things. Remember Al Capone? His gang made money from alcohol. Once prohibition was lifted, gangs could no longer prosper from alcohol. gov't is to blame for all of the deaths caused by gangs.

  86. Anthony Ciccariello says:


  87. bobeagle007 says:

    There was me thinking this is easy, obviously number one will be The Republican Party and Donald Chump…

  88. Mick Manson says:

    The people who didn't like this was a member of a gang there wasn't mentioned,

  89. J0nn _ 0ner says:

    Why did i have to wake up to this video? ๐Ÿฅบ

  90. Vance Wallace says:

    You should probably pronounce "clique" as CLICK… lol At least when you are talking about ms13 and/or other urban gangs…

  91. Siwy 1964 says:

    7:32 guys on Photo is not members of Albanian mafia, but members of Polish rap music Group "Gang Albanii" ๐Ÿ˜‚

  92. alonectorch says:

    Simon this kills me, the emphasis in yakuza goes on the ya

  93. H- TOWN says:

    Amazing information
    Just don't go missing on us Simon. The world needs you.

  94. Chris Moore says:

    What about the Clinton Crime Syndicate

  95. StuartBell52 says:

    May all these sick people meet Karma…

  96. Toni Remer says:

    My mom always used to say is that if you fight the "leader" of the gang in an one on one fist fight, they're weak; this is why you'll never, ever see them alone, and without their weapon of choice.
    I don't like gangs, I don't care for gangs, and we — as a whole — need to take back our neighborhoods, states, and countries from these heathens.
    Blast from the past: does anyone remember the Guardian Angels? They were all over the States from late 70s to (I think) late 80s. They used to ride on trains, buses, walk the elderly and young to and from places, and to their homes. I wanted to be part of that, but I wasn't allowed to join because of my mom saying a loud and resounding NO.

  97. A Huddleston says:

    The Numbers Gang sounds like something from Sesame Street. ๐Ÿค”

  98. Crimson Nosmirc says:

    Where is the dirty coorporations? Think they top 10

  99. Elliott Johnson says:

    Ms-13 part: Cleeks.. its pronounced cliques.

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